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Disney delays Doctor Strange, Black Panther and Thor sequels

Walt Disney Co delayed the release of Marvel Studios sequels to Black Panther, Thor, and Doctor Strange by several months and pushed the next big screen release of adventurer Indiana Jones to 2023.

Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness has been moved to May 6, 2022 from March 25, Disney said in an updated release schedule.

This forced Marvel to postpone its other superhero films to 2022. Thor: Love and Thunder, due for release on May 6, has been moved to July 8, 2022. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever was slated for November 11, 2022 at July place.

The fifth film in the Indiana Jones series starring Harrison Ford has been postponed to June 30, 2023, instead of July 29. Ford, 79, injured his shoulder on set in June and recently resumed filming.

Hollywood studios have reshuffled their movie schedules several times during the COVID-19 pandemic. Theater operators rely on big blockbusters to help attract audiences after extended shutdowns.

Among other changes, The Marvels is now scheduled for February 2023 and Ant Man and the Wasp: Quantumania for July 2023.

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Dulquer Salmaan’s Kurup to hit theaters in November

Kurup, the highly anticipated film by Dulquer Salmaan, is set to hit theaters in November. Previously, it had been assumed that the film would premiere on an OTT platform.

Entertainment industry tracker Sreedhar Pillai wrote on Twitter on Tuesday: “#Kurup, #DQ thriller has been confirmed to hit theaters worldwide in November 2021. Tentative theater booking started at # Kerala via @DQsWayfarerFilm. Previously, there had been reports that it could go streaming. (sic) ”

Directed by Srinath Rajendran, the film features Dulquer Salmaan as Sukumara Kurup, Kerala’s most wanted criminal. The film also stars Sobhita Dhulipala, Indrajith Sukumaran, Shine Tom Chacko, Sunny Wayne and Bharath Niwas.

Kurup is funded by Wayfarer Films and M Star Entertainments.

On the job front, Dulquer Salmaan a Salute, King of Kotha, Othiram Kadakam, Hey Sinamika and an untitled Telugu movie in his kitten.

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Kanye West is now Ye, US court approves name change request

Kanye is now Ye. A Los Angeles judge on Monday approved the rapper’s request, producer and fashion designer to legally change his name from Kanye Omari West to just Ye, without a middle name or last name.

“There being no objections, the name change request is granted,” Justice Michelle Williams Court said in court documents.

The petition filed on August 24 cited “personal reasons”.

He’s been called Ye on his social media pages for years. He tweeted in 2018 that he wanted the change, saying, “To be officially known as Kanye West. I’m YE.

The nickname was also the title of his 2018 album. He has said in interviews that besides being a shortening of his first name that he likes, it’s a word used throughout the Bible.

The 44-year-old man is in the middle of a divorce with Kim Kardashian West, who did not ask for her last name to be changed again to Kardashian when she asked to separate from him in February. The couple’s four children also bear their old surname.

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Diljit Dosanjh and Shehnaaz Gill’s Honsla Rakh earns Rs 17.5 crore, continues to break box office records

Honsla Rakh, with Diljit Dosanjh, Shehnaaz Gill and Sonam Bajwa in the lead roles, continues to dominate the box office. While the film earned Rs 5.15 crore on Friday, it managed to collect Rs 5.85 crore on Saturday and Rs 6.50 crore on Sunday. The total collection of the film during its first weekend stood at Rs 17.5 crore. Sharing the box office collection figures on Instagram, Diljit wrote: “TWO POMEGRANATE LEAVES, IN TIME #HonslaRakh, THE RECORDS ARE BEING SOHNIYEEEE!”

Honsla Rakh scored the film debut of Diljit Dosanjh and Shehnaaz Gill. It was also Shehnaaz’s first screen appearance after her close friend Sidharth Shukla went missing. Shehnaaz stylist Ken Ferns recently shared adorable photos of the actor and admired his “flawless” onscreen presence.

“Today, as I was watching the movie, considering it’s the first Punjabi movie I have ever watched. I have been fully and sumptuously entertained. I’m really proud of you @shehnaazgill your screen presence is flawless and your acting skills… wow! you just nailed it. Your comedic timing and screen space with the @diljitdosanjh mastero is perfect and kudos to that. You are extremely talented at matching that. The film is superbly entertaining and it echoed laughter. Once again you made a strong impression and raised the bar once again. You are a complete natural. From your opening scene to your closing… you were pure talent, determination and honesty, ”he wrote.

Diljit Dosanjh also praised Shehnaaz Gill during interviews. “Shehnaaz worked really hard on the film because there are many layers to her. I remember when we chose her, everyone doubted that she could (play) the part because she has her own nature and charm. So she worked really hard and the audience will be able to see a full set of her including humor, drama and emotions, ”Diljit told Bollywood Hungama.

Honsla Rakh marks the first production company of Diljit. The film hit screens on October 15th.

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Shabana Azmi “lambasted” Karan Johar after watching Kajol in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai: “She was appalled”

Karan Johar’s Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, starring Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol, and Rani Mukerji, might be considered a milestone among ’90s romance, but it has come under criticism from multiple sides over the years. Karan had dissected the film himself a few years ago and admitted that his main character in the film, played by SRK, didn’t mean much. The film was also considered problematic for its portrayal of the quintessential tomboy, played by Kajol. The film wrapped up 23 years since its release on Sunday.

In 2019, Karan Johar recalled how Shabana Azmi “blew him up” for Kajol’s short hairstyle. “KKHH is the most politically incorrect film. I remember (actress) Shabana Azmi saw the movie somewhere in the UK and she called me. She was appalled, ”he said in his speech at the Indian Film Festival in Melbourne.

In the first half of the film, Kajol plays a short-haired tomboy, Anjali, who is secretly in love with his best friend, Rahul (SRK). After eight years, she leaves aside all her jeans and t-shirts and is dressed in saris and has long hair.

He added: “She said to me: what did you show? That a girl has short hair, so she’s unattractive, and now her hair is long and she’s pretty? What do you have to say to this? I said I’m sorry. What did she say? Is that all you have to say? I said yes because I know you are right.

KJo also recalled the casting process for the film: “I was delighted to meet SRK. He and Kajol had promised that they would work in my first film. So I remember going to meet him and I didn’t have a script, I just had a scene in my head, which I told him about. He bought into my bullshit! I told her if you like this scene I will tell you the whole movie, which was completely a lie… Tabu, Urmila (Urmila Matondkar), Aishwarya (Aishwarya Rai) turned me down, and Ash was the only one who was polite to call me back. It took months to play the role of Rani after Aditya Chopra recommended her.

SRK may have established himself as the king of romance with this film, but KJo subsequently criticized Rahul Khanna’s character and said “he wasn’t standing up for much.” He told Mid-Day, “Rahul doesn’t mean much. He’s a deeply confused character, he doesn’t know what he wants and, really, hasn’t done much in the movie. What happened to him was because there were people pushing him – the spirit of his late wife, his eight-year-old daughter and Anjali herself. What made him endearing was his charm, his big heart and the personal charisma of Shah Rukh. He also confessed that KKHH had no “logic” or “history”. “And the eight letters – one for each birthday – didn’t make sense either.”

He mentioned a deleted scene where Anjali confronts Rahul about his behavior and tells him that he doesn’t know how to take a stand. KJo said he “threw the scene” because he thought it “would do a disservice” to his lead actor, but today he would have kept it, as his sensibility has evolved.

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51st Kerala State Film Awards: the full list of winners

Here is the list of the winners of the 51st Kerala State Film Awards. The jury for the latest Kerala State Film Awards was chaired by actor-filmmaker Suhasini Maniratnam.

Best Film – Great Indian Cuisine
Second Best Film – Thinkalazhcha Nishchayam
Best Director – Sidhartha Siva for Ennivar
Best Actor – Jayasurya for Vellam
Best Actress – Anna Ben for Kappela
Best Character Actor (Male) – Sudheesh for Ennivar
Best Character Actor (Female) – Sreerekha for Veyil
Best Child Artist (Male) – Neeranjan S Kasiminte Kada
Best Child Artist (Female) – Arravya Sharma
Best Story – Senna Hegde for Thinkalazhcha Nishchayam
Best Director of Photography – Chandru Selvaraj for Kayattam
Best Lyricist – Anwar Ali for Malik

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Salman Khan was unemployed after Maine Pyar Kiya, said Bhagyashree ran away with all credit: “I haven’t had a job for 4-5 months”

Maine Pyar Kiya may have been a milestone in Salman Khan’s career, but ironically, he faced a shortage of films after its release. During a previous appearance on Aap Ki Adalat, the actor revealed that his co-star Bhagyashree got married, left the movies and walked away with all the credit for the movie.

Maine Pyar Kiya, which was Sooraj Barjatya’s first film, is the classic story of a rich man and a poor girl, where Prem (Salman) and Suman (Bhagyashree) fall in love but must overcome the differences between their families. . The film was loved by critics and audiences alike, and went on to become the highest grossing film of the 1980s.

On Aap Ki Adalat, Salman said: “Uske baad 4-5 mahine tak koi kaam nahi mila tha mujhe. Aisa lag raha tha ki kaam milega bhi nahi kyunki Bhagyashree madam ne uss waqt decide kar liya tha ki main ab filmein nahi karungi, main shaadi karungi (I did not have a job for four or five months after the release of Maine Pyaar Kiya . I thought I wouldn’t even have had a job because Bhagyashree decided to get married and stop the movies), ”he said.

“Aur unhone jaake shaadi kar liya aur poora credit, jo credit hota hai film ka, woh leke bhaag gayi. Aisa laga industry walon ko ki main toh woh thi, yeh toh kuch nahi the (She got married and ran away with all the credit for the movie’s success. Everyone in the industry thought she was the main reason it worked and I was right there), “he added. Following this, his father Salim Khan stepped in and asked producer GP Sippy to announce that he had signed Salman for a project. When the ad was made in a trade magazine, filmmakers and producers rushed to Salman with offers, including Ramesh Taurani. Salman also said he was paid Rs 31,000 for the Maine Pyar Kiya, which was then increased to Rs 75,000 after “seeing his hard work”.

Salman made several revelations in the episode, one of them being that he earned Rs 75 as a background dancer at the age of 14, during a show at the Taj Hotel.

While Maine Pyar Kiya was Salman’s first hit, he went on to become a reigning star in Hindi cinema and is doing well to this day. The actor is set to star in Antim, which will hit theaters.

TABBAR REVIEW
Tabbar review: Pavan Malhotra pulls off every frame in this captivating series

Distribution of tabbars: Pavan Malhotra, Supriya Pathak, Ranvir Shorey, Gagan Arora, Sahil Mehta, Paramvir Singh Cheema, Nupur Nagpal, Kanwaljeet Singh

Tabbar director: Ajitpal Singh

How far will an essentially human and law-abiding man go when an unexpected situation strikes in his face, threatening the life of his family? ‘Tabbar’, which means ‘family’ in Punjabi, grapples with this conundrum in this eight-part Sony Liv web series, which still remains captivating even if it skips over the occasional overdone situation, or offers an overly practical, contrived, confusing solution to what appears to be an intractable problem. What helps us to put these little worries aside, after having taken note of them, is the strong narration that constantly returns to its strong points, and the large ensemble that ‘Tabbar’ brings together, topped by Pavan Malhotra who masters each scene.

Heavy use and abuse of drugs (‘peela’) in Punjab. The rich and powerful who are the conduits to the dealers and sellers. And the innocent people stuck in between. Ajitpal Singh, the director of the wonderful ‘Fire In The Mountains’ throws himself headlong into a jumble of genres: crime, thriller, family drama. Given that Singh’s first feature film was such a calm yet powerful observation piece with almost documentary truths, I was curious how he would fare with something that is so much more, for lack of a better one. word, mainstream.

Pavan Malhotra in a Tabbar still.

Singh highlights his deep knowledge of the environment and creates felt characters. Omkar and his wife Sargun (Supriya Pathak) live in a humble house with their two sons, the eldest (Gagan Arora) who is in Delhi, apparently studying for competitions, and whose impulsive action alone sends the family in a rabbit hole, and the youngest (Sahil Mehta) trying to find a way out of his cramped situation. The nameplate on the outside has the words “Happy House,” and you keep coming back to it as an ironic counterpoint throughout the series: How happy can its inhabitants be when an accidental murder changes everything?

No problem in the accents makes the actors sound good. Ranvir Shorey appears as Ajit Sodhi, a wealthy businessman who spends his time worrying about the disappearance of his wayward younger brother. Sodhi has political ambitions and a grizzled sympathizer (Kanwaljeet) to show him the ropes. The parallels between this seemingly everything family and this one whose sons struggle to improve their status, rightly or wrongly, both trying to cope with the loss of a way of life, give the series a chance to ‘deepen the drug angle, with a very “Udta Punjab” vibe.

When he tries to explore the dealings of dealers in their dens, or take a close look at the drug chain, ‘Tabbar’ gets lost. He does best when he stays close to families and family matters. Omkar’s troubled relationship with his older brother and cop son (Paramveer Singh Cheema) is going well, even if a romance starring a young girl (Nupur Nagpal) seems a bit undercooked. The feuds between Omkar’s sons seem real, and the close bond between him and his wife (Supriya Pathak is as punchy as ever, even in her most gloomy) forms the glue of this family.

And we stick with it, wanting to know more. Will the innocent survive? Can parents and siblings really ignore the misdeeds of a beloved family member? And is anyone free from complicity when it comes to larger societal issues? You are left to think, even if you revel in the performances. At a time when things are going as badly as they can get, Malhotra gets up from a drinking table and, totally unexpectedly, goes into something that looks like a dance: it’s a moment. There is acceptance, resolution and a way out. It is not all a dead end.

Udanpirappe movie review Jyotika’s movie isn’t just a tear-shooter

Udanpirappe means brother in Tamil. The title and trailer for the movie Jyotika explained the central theme of the film, annan-thangachi pasam or brother-sister affection, and Udanpirappe lives up to expectations. It is a rural drama, with an oor thiruvila (village festival) to start which illustrates the bond between brothers and sisters.

As the relationship drama opens, we meet the brother and sister who haven’t spoken to each other for many years. Audiences have seen enough of such Tamil films to make a knowing guess that by the end of the film, the siblings will resolve the conflict and live happily ever after.

Udanpirappe, however, has more to offer than just a generous dose of melodrama using very familiar tropes.

Maathangi (Jyotika), is the darling of the village. Coming from an influential family, she uses her free time to help the villagers and improve their lives. His older brother Vairav ​​(Mr. Sasikumar) is a self-proclaimed leader, godfather-like figure, who fights corporate greed and government mismanagement for the betterment of the weak and poor in his village. He believes he can solve any problem with his physical prowess and combat skills. Maathangi’s husband, Vaathi (played by Samuthirakani), however, strongly believes in law and non-violence.

The clash between Vairav ​​and Vaathi’s beliefs strains their relationship while exacting a heavy toll on Maathangi. The way director Era. Saravanan staged this refreshing relationship drama. Unlike previous films from the same gene pool, the bond between a sister and a brother is not tested by components like greed, revenge, or pride. This is not the story of a brother who devotes his life to the happiness of his sister, only for her to marry her to an evil man and suffer all his life.

There are no monsters in the family. Vaathi and Vairav ​​are both good-natured, progressive and decent people. The conflict between them stems from ideological differences. It is a battle between good people as they try to outdo themselves in an effort to establish a righteous way of living a dignified life in a very complicated and morally decaying world.

Saravanan also quietly shatters traditional gender stereotypes even if it is not obvious on the surface. He always puts the final decision in the hands of Maathangi in matters of life and death. On more than one occasion, she decides who lives and who dies. While Maathangi and his sister-in-law agree with Vairav’s violent methods of bringing peace to the village, it is Vaathi who has a problem with this. Traditionally in our films, it is the women who are suspicious of being in a relationship with an abusive man and end it for this reason (Viswasam, Veeram to name a few).

Rape victims in Udanpirappe are not burdened with the guilt and shame of the crime they have suffered. It is the rapist who bears the memory of the crimes, while those close to him bear the weight of guilt and shame.

For audiences who aren’t too keen to analyze Udanpirappe’s genre dynamics, the film may simply click like family drama for its strong emotional rhythms and contemporary, sassy social messages.

Jyotika, Samuthirakani and Sasikumar fit effortlessly into their respective roles and deliver a realized performance.

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The Kapil Sharma Show: Ayesha Jhulka reveals that Akshay Kumar asked her to put soda on her face and eyes

Actress Ayesha Jhulka has revealed intricate details about the advice she received from then-co-star Akshay Kumar in the ’90s. The old-fashioned star set to honor the next episode of The Kapil Sharma Show will share things her choreographer Chinni Prakash and Akshay have told her to make sure she stays awake on set.

Ayesha and Akshay have shared screen space in films like Waqt Hamara Hai, Jai Kishen, and Dil Ki Baazi, the most prominent being Khiladi. In fact, sharing an anecdote from the filming of Khiladi’s song “Dekha Teri Mast Nigahon Mein” (1992), Ayesha said that Chinni Prakash was a difficult task master and didn’t give her any power even though she was doing a double shift. of work.

The rain song was shot at the Natraj studio during the day and she had to shoot another movie, Balma, in Chandivali during the night shift. This left him little time to rest. So, to look fresh, her co-star Khiladi Akshay told her to drink soda, milk and soft drinks. In fact, he also told her to wash her face with soda and put it in her eyes as well.

“I was very scared to work with Chinni Prakash. And I made as many films as possible with him. I had to keep changing makeup inside a car for both movies because I was always late to reach Chandivali. This happened for 8-9 days. Chinni ji and Akshay both told me to take soda, milk and soft drinks as it would help me stay awake for the night shoot. They said I have to put soda on my face, and also let it get in my eyes! My co-stars and choreographers gave me such advice which I diligently followed, ”Ayesha said.

Ayesha Jhulka will appear with Juhi Chawla and Madhoo. The episode will air on Sony Entertainment Television next weekend at 9:30 p.m.